Director of Unity, Faith and Order, Dr Will Adam; and Director for Administration and Logistics, Stephanie Taylor, moving on to new roles.
Alla Gedz, member of Christ Church, Kyiv, has posted regular updates about the situation in Kyiv has given ACNS permission to publish them.
The Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, Pope Francis, and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, issue joint message on creation.
Secretary General of the Anglican Communion describes Archbishop Desmond Tutu as a “prophetic voice in the church and the world.”
A new Archbishop of Wales has been elected. Bishop of Bangor, Andy John has been chosen as the fourteenth Archbishop of Wales.
The Anglican Communion Science Commission hope to develop a deeper understanding of science within the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Titre Ande Georges, known commonly as Archbishop Ande, has been installed as the Primate of L’Eglise Anglicane du Congo.
Two persons have been injured in an attack against the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan in Bor Town, Jonglei State.
Maria Grace Tazu Sasamori, priest of the Diocese of Tokyo, has been elected as the first female Bishop in Japan and South East Asia.
The Anglican Church of Ceylon, with the support of the Anglican Communion Office at the UN, calls on action from the Human Rights Council.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has addressed the House of Lords about the ongoing humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.
International group of church leaders join forces in ecumenical effort to urge President Iván Duque Marquéz to end violence in Colombia.
Official report assesses racial makeup and perceptions of the church’s leadership and summarises race influences on church culture.
Archbishop Howard Gregory calls for Jamaican church to accept that some of its practices are used to justify violence against women.
A delegation of women from across the Communion are set to highlight climate justice at the UN Commission on the Status of Women
The Dean of Canterbury Cathedral, Robert Willis, is to retire from his position at midnight on 16 May 2022, the eve of his 75th birthday.
Anglican Primates' Meeting due to take place in March has been transferred from Rome to London due to Covid-related travel restrictions.
The Anglican Diocese of Polynesia and Anglican Missions have launched an appeal for the people of Tonga after volcanic eruption.
The Anglican Church of Australia has restated its commitment to the safety of vulnerable people, following the defrocking of Roger Herft.
The Bishop of Polynesia, Archbishop Fereimi Cama, Primate of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, has died.
Anglican Communion has co-hosted an official COP26 side event called “Making Peace with Nature: Heeding the Call of Indigenous Peoples”
Anglican Communion plans viral video campaign for 30th annual 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (25 Nov to 10 Dec).
ACSC will “resource the whole Anglican Communion for courageous and confident spiritual leadership in issues involving science.”
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